We do team work, since 2004
You find success with talented people who can work well together.
The authentic Montrealer in the group. He and Martin have held the reins at TACTIX since its beginnings in 2004. Jet lag specialist, he’s the man of the game for frequent trips to Asian manufacturing centers. With a degree in industrial design from Université de Montréal (1997), Bastien is a pencil-maniac and a skilled sculptor of original works in foam and duct tape. But above all he’s a hockey grinder, who worked for ITECH for 3 years, and then as a sporting goods freelance designer from 2000 and 2004.
A proud Quebecer with deep rural roots. He and Bastien defined the TACTIX concept in 2004. He infuses the company with his visceral knowledge of outdoor and urban culture. Also an industrial design graduate of Université de Montréal (1997), a vector guru and expert sketch artist on vellum. He’s an experienced cyclist and no stranger to road rash, having dedicated 8 years of his life to the pursuit of high mountains, fresh air and outdoor footwear while with SALOMON.
Instilled with inspiration and love of sports, especially those practiced in the winter, this creative thinker yields a substantial amount of experience in plastic and textile product development. In 2004, she graduated from the University of Montreal's School of Industrial Design, where she sculpted her passion and ability for design. This winter sport enthusiast, who is also known for her affection for martial arts, can be tracked down in her natural habitat hitting the slopes, in her Judogi or at the physio.
A true Matador of CAD design, Hugues' skills in Solid Works are matched only by his rock climbing prowess. After his aeronautical DEC degree and his bachelor degree in industrial design, Hugues joined the Tactix's team in 2015.
Passionate about sports and music, Ben brings an incredible mix of his passions to the workplace. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design, Benoit stands out with his technical habilities and his broad knowledge of manufaturing processes. A true pro of the Tablet, nothing stands in his way.
With a graphic design degree in hand, Antoine moved out of his home town to come and study Industrial Design. Selling his car after one year and now commuting by bike even in winter, definitely makes him a true Montrealer.
We first got to witness Antoine’s potential when he joined us as an intern in 2017. Awarded for the academic excellence of the 2018 graduate class, with a background in Thai boxing, he surely brings strength to the firm.
Product Developer and Sourcing Specialist
After working for several years in the fashion industry, Audrey joins Tactix bringing her vast experience from product development to production. From choosing materials to the construction of the products, she can help you find solutions at the development stage.
Active by nature and passionate about music, it's possible to meet her at the park, beating her racing record, while listening to the latest electro tracks.
Héloïse graduated in 2021 with a degree in industrial design from the University of Montreal and won two international awards for her final project. As a former gymnast, her knowledge and practical experience of the body in motion translates directly to the design of sports equipment. A self-taught seamstress, she enjoys creating her own apparel and giving new life to old clothes. As a sports and outdoor enthusiast, she can be found hiking, skiing, camping or sailing.
Through his manufacturing background, Kevin has built a strong interest in 3D printing, CAD and sketching since graduating in 2018. Born and raised in Reunion Island, he likes to challenge himself by practicing winter sports and boxing training.
Former sprinter, now ballet dancer and avid hiker, you would need more than two hands to count all the sports Isabelle has practiced in her life. 2020 Industrial design graduate of Université de Montréal with a specialization in techwear, she is distinguished by her strong pattern making knowledge and garment-making skills. Let’s just say it’s not uncommon to see her with a measuring tape around her neck!